picture of Schilling Cider LumberJack (Rhubarb) submitted by cidersays
picture of Schilling Cider LumberJack (Rhubarb) submitted by cidersays

LumberJack (Rhubarb)

Schilling Cider, Washington, United States
ABV: 6.0%
Flavored with rhubarb and pear. Dry, and having medium tartness.


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Reviews

reviewer BushWalker
BushWalker (10194) said:
Comes in a 12 fl oz can. Peachy pink colour, with a light berry aroma. Tart, fruity flavour, with quite a sour aftertaste. Knowing it is rhubarb, I can pick that flavour out, but would not have guessed otherwise; more reminiscent of a sour berry to my palate. Well-balanced, but a little sour for my preference.
Reviewed on 23 Jun 2018

2 likes
reviewer Stacypro
Stacypro (90) said:
Very tart and sour. This is good if you're in the mood for a sour cider.
Reviewed on 01 Jun 2018
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reviewer herharmony23
herharmony23 (2309) said:
It's a lovely pink-peach color with a light fruity flavour. Not too sweet. I liked it a lot. Looks like a pink champagne but tastes SO much better!
Reviewed on 03 May 2016
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reviewer lizsavage
lizsavage (1877) said:
This is a dry tart cider with a different flavor than just apple but not much pear or rhubarb flavor. I think it might be nice for a different taste but not in large quantities.
Reviewed on 23 Apr 2016
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reviewer cidersays
cidersays (5068) said:
Fairly fruity, although I'm not sure I would have known it was rhubarb. Refreshing-would be great for summer. Almost champagne-like, except for the low carbonation.
Reviewed on 08 Feb 2016
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reviewer JGSM99
JGSM99 (447) said:
After you see the pretty light pink as your pour turn into a slightly deeper coral color, you notice an attractive floral aroma. If that’s not enough to get you to drink it, you should open something else. It doesn’t have a lot of carbonation but doesn’t need it to release much of that floral bouquet and it is just enough to balance the sourness you get from the rhubarb. It’s dry but not overly tart or acidic. Im sure the pear gives it just a little residual sweetness and the rhubarb seems to mimic a nice tannic cider apple. They did a very nice job on this one.
Reviewed on 23 May 2019

reviewer K_Wolfe_Cider
K_Wolfe_Cider (49) said:
Really nice astringency follow a nice light bodied cider
Reviewed on 09 Dec 2018
reviewer Ashley_Lombardo
Ashley_Lombardo (236) said:
A bit one-dimensional, but overall pleasant dry hard cider. Moderate-to-heavy tartness. Definitely one for dry cider lovers. I still like Mystic Dragon by Appalachian Mountain Brewing better (green tea, rhubarb & strawberry), but this is a close second. Would definitely drink again
Reviewed on 08 Nov 2017

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